In this workshop you will learn how to transfer the skills of impact, influence and presenting to the virtual world. What is personal impact and what difference does virtual communication make? How do we express ourselves effectively in a virtual environment? How you can build a compelling business case when socially distanced?
- Participants will learn how to enhance their personal gravitas, build their confidence and increase their credibility and likeability using digital technology.
- Understand how the human brain works in order to structure your presentations to have the maximum possible positive influence and impact.
- Utilise storytelling to ensure that your message resonates with your audience and can be shared effectively with other stakeholders inside the buying organisation.
This is a 3-hour, highly interactive virtual workshop. We recommend a maximum of 9 delegates per workshop, to ensure full interaction from all participants.
Put learning into practice immediately
Since practice makes perfect, we offer add-on practice and feedback sessions with this workshop to give learners the opportunity to refine their virtual presenting skills before getting in front of customers.
Connecting each learner with a Salestrong coach, learners practice their virtual presentation skills via a live video call. During the presentation, our coaches will take on the role of your customer, interacting and responding just as your customers would. They then provide real-time behavioural feedback, enabling learners to make adjustments before then practicing again.
Sessions are typically 60 minutes in length and you can book as many sessions as required.
Not only do these practice sessions help sales people improve their presentation skills but they also serve to significantly heighten confidence, which has additional positive impact on sales meeting outcomes.
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